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Supervisors want departments to augment efforts to assist vets


Last updated 12/26/2017 at Noon

link RIVERSIDE – The Riverside County Board of Supervisors directed staff to take action to open up employment opportunities and ensure the delivery of benefits to Riverside County’s 130,000-plus military veterans during their Dec. 12 meeting.

Supervisor V. Manuel Perez introduced the “Veterans Improvement Program” during the board’s policy agenda. The move was a collaboration between Perez and Supervisor Chuck Washington, a former Naval aviator, who missed the board meeting due to illness.

“We need to help veterans and their...

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